“Corpse-like” model used by H&M

The H&M clothing boutique in London is being criticized for using a “corpse-like” model for the new Marni collection.

The image of Aymeline Valade – a french model – presents her with dark eyes, hollow cheeks and pale-nuanced skin. Obviously they find this image unhealthy, sending toxic messages and not inspiring beauty.

But I think otherwise, since all we know that being skinny is a rule in the modeling world. It’s just a different representation of what the idea means – and not all are embracing it. They see this as a meaning for making the population getting into bad habits that ruin the personal moral and physical image. It is exaggerated.

 

 

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